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How Virtual Private Servers Operate

If you are maintaining a resource-devouring web site with an ever-increasing number of viewers, page hits and file downloads, but cannot afford a dedicated web server to tackle the expanded load, then examine our cost-efficient VPS hosting.

The VPS Hosting Service Described

VPS OVZ Box 10
4 CPU Cores
330 GB Storage
$165.00 / month
4 CPU Cores
270 GB Storage
$130.00 / month

A VPS (Virtual Private Server) offers an isolated shared hosting environment whereby the whole amount of CPU, RAM memory, hard drive storage space and bandwidth resources is allotted to you exclusively – as if you were hosted on a dedicated web server.

When you order your virtual private server from Webpaz, you are given the option to choose between 2 leading-edge data centers – Steadfast in Chicago, United States of America, and Pulsant in London, UK, and we advise you to pick the one nearest to your physical location, so that you and your website's viewers can be served faster.

With Webpaz's virtual servers, you can pick an OS and install your own software (you gain complete root-level access). Moreover, you can restart your virtual private hosting server at any particular moment, keep track of the system resource consumption and check your bandwidth statistics in real time. You can select between KVM and OpenVZ VPS hosting plans, and if you need support handling your private virtual web hosting server, you can make use of the optional administration services provided by us.

Webpaz Virtual Private Servers – A Web Hosting Solution Optimized for Your Needs

For the sake of clients with data-loaded websites, at Webpaz we offer the Memcached memory caching system and the Varnish Cache web application accelerator, which will substantially improve your site's loading speed and lower the load on the server. It's good to mention that Webpaz's VPS hosting offer PostgreSQL, InnoDB and NodeJS support, so power users can find all the flexibility and high-level tools they need.